Basketball programs set for historic end to season

The men’s and women’s basketball programs at CSUN could be set to have one of the most historic ends to a season in school history

Matadors start conference play with win at Riverside

Men's basketball erases eight-point halftime deficit to defeat UC Riverside in Big West opener

No. 12 CSUN upsets No. 2 UCLA in home opener

Men's volleyball sweeps No. 2 UCLA in home opener

Late game heroics not enough as Matadors fall in OT

Matadors lose to Yale, 94-90, after going into overtime

Men’s basketball loses heartbreaker to Pacific

The men’s basketball team lost heartbreakingly to Pacific on Sunday, blowing a three-point lead with 40 seconds left in the game to lose 79-77. In...

Women’s basketball holds on to defeat San Diego State

In a split weekend, the Matadors (5-6) survived a 34-point surge in the fourth quarter from the Aztecs (5-5) to win 77-74 at home.After...

No Diane, no problem for men’s basketball

The men's basketball team pulled out a tight win over Cal State San Marcos despite missing leading scorer Lamine Diane.

Men’s soccer head coach reflects on time at CSUN

Men's soccer head coach Terry Davila thinks back on his experiences at CSUN.

Men’s basketball secures first road win

Men's basketball earns win over Pepperdine in back-and-forth affair

From basketball star to successful businessman

Markus Carr, a CSUN graduate and former student athlete, reminisces on his time as a basketball player

Matadors of the Week

Channon FlukerSenior, BasketballFluker led her team to victory in two of the team's three games last week. First, Fluker and the Matadors came back...

Games to Watch

Men's BasketballThe team returns home to face Cal State San Marcos Wednesday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. Northridge is coming off their first road...
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